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NASHVILLE, TENN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1856.
DEMOOBATIC STATE CENTRA- COUMITI-E.
a K. WISSTOIf, Cmisu-X. -O.
B. F. CHEATHAM,
B. N. CLEMENTS,
V - E. Q. EASTMAN,
J. K. HOWARD,
, ., TH03. JJOTERS.
'T PROSPECTUS OF
L new Story on an old
THE ATHOB,in presenting the following; -tk to the
public cin not but feel that he has on arduous tusk to
perform in catering to the public fast, and bas somewhat
digressed irom me established ruiea, ana cuswaau vi
thori by taking up a subject which, if carefully persued,
tnd the advice herein contained.fbllowed, the ambition of
the author will be gratified to tts utmost exieni, ana me
' object ofthil work will have been attained, vis: to put
money ia my pocket and to give to the careful and Indul.
frenreaaeraurEryireuiia.iuu;u . 1.
nte orrana. It might perhaps be necessary to state, that
the most or the manuscripts irom which this tale was
. i lp. Intinrl in n
toanded was taken trom an old areas pot. -Sndhand
Clothing Store a few weeks since inftew tort
by the author, and originally owned by the indefatigable
-M. Toodixs, at once conveying to the mind ot the reader
that a bargain may tie expected, nw."
Indulgent publio will excuse any blunders and look witha
pa-rmUing eve upon my humble efforts to prwure for
them 1st ,6 chests of Imperial and Black Teas, the finest
eTer brought to this market, and put up in Mich a shape
that everyone can see it for themselves. Still keeping m
vew that philanthropic principle which actuated me to
Surenase ot tae importer wjuico ocicww vi .vt, vw
fov. Java and Baltimore Bio Coffees. I must not digress
so far from my 6ubjtct as to forget that I also laid in n
bountilol supply ot Baker's Broma and French Chocolate,
an excellent morning drink for my nervous reader in these
woik I shall " dilute" pretty extensively on th3 merits of
Yt I iv The rollowing extract taken irom tne -jiung -letown
Faxsett will convey some idea of the atlention paid
to that valuable insect:
We take great pleasure in announcing that a celebrat
ed author fromone of tbe Western States is now in cur
city collecting specimens for a forthcoming work, upon
which be is engaged. We notice a large invoice of the
genuine "Heidsick Cltampayne." Together with a full
assortment of choice Wines and Liqmrs, among which
the justly celebrated Tchernay Brandy, all of which the
liberal author intends to treat his many readers, to or as
many of them who have the magnamity to pay lor it. We
wish the author success to his new work, which is to be
called "I'lFly." j . .
As the author feels incompetent to proceed in that
Flour' j style so common with writers of tbe present dav,
be begs to ray that in its proper place in the work he will
serve up 800 bags of that indespensable article in U5, 50
and 100 lb. bags, thereby leaving it at tbe option or the
leaders to Flour to their own tasio. For "f(ar" (and what
author is without it) that this stupendous enterprise ni'ght
end in "tmote" the author has cartfully laid in a large
and choice collection of " Segart which will give each
reader an opportunity of sustaining the author by giving
him a " jnif." and furthermore, in order to veryily Ibe
oldProverb of where there is so much smoke there must be
some fire, the compiler of these valuable manuscripts has
' added a heavy- stock of " iSatchti" As aaothcr digres
sicn, for which 1 beg pardon of all authors who yjice"
thsir concoctions with brilliant showers of nit and humor,
I have employed a substitute, which I cannot but believe
is of a mote substantial nature, viz: a choice assortment
of Kvtmtgt, Oingr, Ciarjjmon, Goret, Fitnch, Fngluk
and Kentucky Mustards, AUspict, Ftpper, ground and uu
ground, C-ittupt of different varisties, tt'orctttcrshiri
John Jiull and JTariey Saucet, and in the place of swett
entng the many beautiful psssage3, which will occur from
time to time with nwoxlight riys, eyiyr breezes, and the
nectar tip d from tispure lips of innocence, 1 have em
ployed Che more powerful argument of Powdered, Crush
td, Loaf, Clarified ami Granulated, and different degrees
of Eroui Sugars, combined with the more liquid streams
of Stioiled, iiigir Houit and Plantation Slolasscs, and
tbe bright and flowing Gulden Syrvp. How beautiful, in.
dulgent reader, does Pope or Qulliver(the author does not
distinctly remember) express himself in tbo following
"ffoneg'd Strains f
How doth the little busy Bee
Improro each shining hour
And gather Honey 1 here beg leave to
say tbatin order more fully to carry out the objects of this
aaino'orU, I have provided myself with a large stock ot
honey the author above speaks of, which will fce used in
its natural state or ' strained" to suit the taste of the
reader, as " straining" i a too common error among au
thors, which too very olten places tbem in a position
where they arc compelled to make a "raise " I have in
order, if possible to sToid that unpleasant predicament,
taken th precaution to provide a large supply of 1'iestnn
& Merrill's Ttast PoadtTS, whose raising qualities my
numerous readers have probably formed some opiniOD.
As a bright and shining " light1 as I intend this work to
be, I shall substitute the sgeney of Star, Adarnantine,
Sperm and TaUms Candler, and to "cleanse" the mind
ot'all impurities shall rssort to Castile, llein and Common
Ear Soap, which togtther with Wash. Boards, Tubs,
JucHtts,Mrocms, and Scrub EruOies, I have procured
on abundant supply. Aa ids a time honored cujtem with
compilers of great works to first "poluh the understanding"
of the'T readers, I take pleasure in stating that I shall lor
this purpose bring into requisition a full topply al"Eki;k
inland "Shoe Brushes" and in order that tbe leader
may more fully appreciate the sweet and choice selections
above mentioned, I shall preface each chapter with a full
description of different varieties ot Pickles, Uross A
Bl&ckwell's Chew Chow and PircaUi, Gerkin's prepared
Sarsi Radish vaa pure Cider Vinegar, for asanisenun
once said, every sweet hu its sour, or something to that
effect. As this work wilt undoubtedly, fill in the bands
Starch, whose stiffening qualities none can say cujrht
against, and another class t readers who are too easily
gulled by a large class ot - JVufy" mouthed authors, and
are never willing to actnowitdge tbe " Corn," shall be
amply eupplied with extracts Irom a large Bin of Cum
Meal, Rye M.aL, or unMed Four. As tbe forthcoming
work will be attended with onormous expense, owing to
the sudden advance or Taxes (the cause of which has never
been fully ascertained) the author is compelled to forego
the publication until a certain amount ot subecribeis are
obtained, (the amount of subscribers limited to 0,i00j but
specimens of tbe promised literary hash can be rcen at his
Studio, No. SO Market street, eTery day, and fall instruc
tions given to those who will purchase the ingredients and
are desirous of embarking upon that " Tempest losed
ocean," an author's life.
1 forgot to mention that all such old frgy authors as
Loche and " Bacon" will be ignored, and clear Sidrs,
Country and Sugar eund Uami, ShouUicrs, th-., will be
Instituted. " trill also ttate" that " that" Pony will still
-ct in tbe capacity of assistant editor, the " shortness ot
his tars" not being sufficiunt to prouounce him melligible
sept2S lm Tours Truly, D. O. KUMSbY.
N, B. No delinquent subscribers need apply-
NASHVILLE AND "CHATTANOOG A
ARK1VAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER
TO take effect on and aflerSATURDAT, 21st of June,
1S56. Day Passenger leaves Nashville at 9.05, A. M.,
atrives at Chattanooga at 6.05, P. M.
NightPasstngrleivesNashvilleat5, P. M., arrives at
Chattanooga at M, A. M.
Day f ai wenger leaves Chattanooga at C, A, 11, arrives
at Nashville at 2.40. P. M.
Night Passenger leaves Chattanooga at 9.15, P. M., ar
rives at Nashville at 9.4 5, A. M.
june21. II. I. ANDERSON, aop't.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
SPECIAL KOIICETO SHIPPER VIA SA VAXXAll
- 8 the Nashville aad Chattanooga Railroad Company
J. has notified and reminded the Central Uailroul Cum.
pany of Georgia, of their Summer Rate, and it does not
seem to have been noticed or recognised in the lmod bills
ofthat Company recently distributed in our city, we Uke
this method of informing the Merchants and biprrs by
that line, that tbe rate will be $1 35 per 100 lbs on 1st Class
Goods, and not (1 25, as tbe band bills represent fl !:." im
the average through rate on 1'irst Class Goods Irom tbo
Seaboard to Nashville, but is subj-cted to tbo 10 cents ac
ditional in theSumxer and a d-duction ot 10 cents ir
100 lbs. in the Winter, which make tbe rate as per our
advertisement 1 S5 from June to Ueccmbe. and 41 15
from December to June. II. I ANDERSON',
June 21 " Superin'eudcnt
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Including letters from tbe time of then m.irriHge until Hip
death of Josephine, and also Siveral prirate letters Iruoi
the Emperor to his brother Joseph, and U.er iui..n.ui
personages. With numerous illustratioua. liy Jchn S.
C. Abbott, author of the History of Nupoluiu, Ac. 4o4
pp., ISmo. Price $1 35.
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Price ?l 60
"All that there is of graceful gaiety, l.armleto wit, aud
sterling fun in 'he shorter p.iems rf ibe Englith language,
is here embodied." 1'hrenoiogic.il Journal.
"Take it up when in a merry mood, and you shall find
something therein to jump with nur uumor; nlianjiJcd,
or hot, or cHitof temj cr, ;.ad ten to one tha pleasaut dree
will revive and do you good." N. ". Albion.
IPS and 110 limine street. N T.
FREMONT NOT E1.ECTEI.
I HAVE o good lot of Negroes for sa'.c Amcug them
several No. 1 Cooks, an excellant Black Smith, a Shoe
and Boot Maker, and a good Bber, and an extra fincy
Boy. Call quick if you want good bargains,
septlT tt REES W PORTER.
N. B I also wish to rent unti ristmas next, a tine
IQCT under Odd Fellows' Hall. PORTER.
Ferrer and Ague Remedy.
THE cheapest and best cure for Fever and Ague and
til Fevers incident to the season.
HEAR WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY:
We hereby cerctify that we have submitted the Grafea
berg Fever and Ague Berwdytc .a close inspection and
scientific analysis, and tave also tested its curative qi.
ties in several cases of intermittent fever. We take great
pleasure in saying that it has prcrrea completely success,
luband that it is a most skilliullv compounded remedy.
It must exert a most beneficial Influence in all cases ; its
tonic properties are immediate and highly salutary, and
it is richly deserving the confidence of our brethren ot
the medical faculty and of the public.
Samuel H. Mabrey, M. D , New Tork, -
Charle3 W. Keviloan, M. Wisconsin,
Wm. H. Simmington. M. D., Illinois,
Thos. J. JohnsoD , M. D., Missouri, - J
Wm. C. Eiltredge, M.D New Hampshire, ' -
J.imca T. Molt. M. D., Indiana,
JohnY. Terringlon, M. D., California,
Wm. Y. Ashton, M. D., Louisiana.
The composition ot this remedy includes those mtdicinal
substances which experienced physicians havo long re
sorted to lor special action cn the system when deranged
oy r evers, Ague ana uenerai ueDiuiy, resulting irui w
cosure or climatic influence. These are rendered per
manent, and remain active in this preparation, as a conse
quent of the scientific manner iu which they are com
bined. In this medicine no metalic salts cn be found by
tbe most delicate chemical analysis. In each package are
two distinct medicines, a powerful vegetable tonic that
will at once cure the Ague, ana a doxoi rms mm wm
prevent its recurrence, or if taken in time will remove the
causes that promote its firit appearance. Price for the
package 50 cents. For sale by all druggists in the Stats.
r ' ALEX. MACKENZIE,
sept24 Gen'l A gent Graf. Company.
liltAlSFJKMJBKU VEGETABLE TILLS.
THESE celebrated Pills are la general use throughout the
whole West, about 100,000 boxes aro sold annually In
They are invaluable In the following diseases, an oi nnra
proceed from allowlngtho Digestive organs to remain out or
Acidity of the Stomach;
Want of Appetite;
Cramps aDd Chollc;
Nausea and Vomiting:
from Physicians from every section of the United States, who
have used theso Pills in tbelr practice, may be esen, by call
ing on the Accdi and obtalniu
THE HEALTH ALMANAC FOR 1857.
ofwhichhehasjiist.received from New York, 50,000 copies
lor gratuitous distribution.
aug27 l College 9t.,NasiiviUe.
JAMES' NEURALGIA LIQUID A certain cure for Neu
ralgia, Kheumalism, Local Pains, &c.
This medicine has been but lately Introduced Into riash.
vllle.biii has already acquired a great reputation.
Hi Hon. A. H.Khemvell.M. H. K.. certiBes that he was
atiatked with Inflammatory Rheumatism, and had ibe ser
vices of two riiysicians,who afforded him no relief. He was
unable to turn bimseir in bed, when this powerful linlmen
cured Mm entirely in 21 hours. This lact is certified to by
three members of the Legislature, who were constantly with
Price SI per bottle.
ALEX. MACKE5ZIE, Agent,
llERItlNf"S I'ATENT CIIAfllPlON SAFES.
TT7E have been appointed by S. C. Herring 4 Co
1 1 Aor.uta for the above Safes, which we will sell for
cash or negotiable paper AT THE MANUFACTURERS
PRIORS IN NEW YORK, with freight, exchange and
insurance added. We have now an assortment on band
and request all those wh'iara interested in the matter to
examine the evidences that go to prove, that this safe, is
.-n INSURANCE AUAIMSI- rllifc., ana is uuku-ak
PROOF as far as valuable papers, cotes, or money is con
Several of iheieSles have HALL'S PATENT POW
DER PROOF LOCKSwhich at the World's Fair in Lon
don, ia l5l,and atNew York in 1S5S, wa3 awarded a
medal, as beine the most perfect lock in the world, kites.
nxrixo dies picekd or blown by Powder,
Hundreds of certificates are givan from all parts of the
world, in which valuable papers are shown to have been
taken from these Safes uninjured, aftjr having been for
many hours, and sometimes fur days, exposed to the most
Call and examine them.
MACKENZIE 4 WILSON,
septa t tf 17 College street
RIPE PEACHES. GREEN CORN, ArtD
IF you would have the above delicacies in perfection lor
your Christmas Dmner3, put them up in tbe
SELF SliALING CANS.
Manufacture J by us, which give universal sit islafaction,
are very easily managed, as cheap the cheipest - as good
as the best tnaae oi neavy iin. very careiuiiy soiacreu,
Th.isn who want ihcin had bitter mite earl 7 application.
as the demand is at present much greater than the supply.
Sl'L-Vm'iTSa'OCK l'AUa FOR SALE.
T OFFER for sale the valuible im on wmctt 1 cow re
side, situated 27 miles south of Nashville and 14 miles
south east of Franklin, on tbe Nashville. Triune and Fay
eiteville Turnpike. Said farm contains 750 acres of land,
of which about tbres hundred are in a high state of culti
vation, sixty acres in grass lots, and tne balance well um
bered. This isone ot thebest stock farms in WillumEon
county, os every bald ana lot is accessible to water
Ihrougnout tne yesr. I ne impioteinenia are oi me Tery
brst class, consisting of an excellent brick dwelling with
fight roorru ; also, brick kitchen, smoke bouse, good ne
gro houses, cotton gio, grist mm, Darns, anu siaoiea.
There are eeveraf never-fuline spricg3onthe place, and
a well convenient to the bousu. It is situated in an ex
ce'lentneighbjihood convenient to schools aud churches
The farm w susceptible of division so as to mate tao
desirable places. A four horse stage coach runs tri-week-
ly to inasnvuie directly by me place.
Tsnns One third cash, the balince payable in one and
two vears. with interest. Notes with cood secuiities re
quired, aud a lien retained for the purrhate money. Come
uli ye who want goon uomes anu ioob ur yourtcites; an i
bm determined to sell.
For further inl'nruaatioa apply to mo at Jordan's Store,
or on tho premises.
sfptn-lm WM. Al.blUJ-
X All manufacturing daily at my kclipse Slove houn
drv in this eity, a sood assurlmeut ol STOVES AND
HOLLO V- W A III- v is : Orms. Pots. Kkillets and Lids.
Sad Irons and Aud-ironso? dillerentpatter3,forthe wbole
sate and retail trade, at small profi .
Also, Tin, Copper and fcbeel Iron are, 01 llie best quai.
ity, at low figures. A few tine chamber tettsof Bnttania
Ware, ana Ito l iteirigertor3. on nana anu lorsaie iow.
Particular attention paid to Roofing and Guttering with
Tin or Copr.
Jy Uid Supper, 1 ewter, Brass ami tcrap iron taxen
in exchange for uiy mauulactures. U P. DORRIS,
augl dm no. uolieee su, near uiiurcn st
rtOTICE TO COINSUJ.MJKS.
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, N. & C.R. R. 1
Nassville. September . ISiC f
TIIE Draymen of Nashville having discontinued re-ci-mngeiods
at the Depot, Consignees will hereafter
be notified of the arrival of their coods and furnished with
a bill of freigU due on same. Any one presenting the no
tice ana paying tae bill will be recognized as tne autno
rized ageut of tho Consignee. The responsibility of iba
road terminates with the delivery of (be goods, and claims
for deficiencies and damages will not be allowed after de
livery unless by consent. It being the duly of the agent
tobave in his poreession evidences of delivery, consignees
or their agents will be required to receipt for all articles
as delivered. Notices f ir all consignees whose place of
business or residence is not known, wilt bo sent to the
Post Ollice. CHAS. W. ANDERSON, Agent
Jf. B The object of the ab- ve notice is not to cive
Consignees any unnecessary trouble, or compel draymen
to assume responsibilities that do not legitimately belong
to their business, but simply to deflae the position of the
road, leaving merchants and draymen to inaks their owu
arranecmeuts. IscptlS tl.l C. W. A.
JEW DAVID, OE HEBREW PLASTER.
niHK Great Ileme.lv for Khoumattsm, Gout. Pain intLo
JL faiJe. Hip. Back. Limbs and Joints; Kcrolula, Kin? s !
Evil, Whito Swelling, Hard Tumors, htiB Joints, and til Hi
eJ pains wlialetcr.
V. U-re this Plaster is applied paincanno exist.
It La. bren beneficial in cases of weakness, eue h as Pain
andU'eakneMln the Btiimacb, Weak Limbs, ! ie.s,Ai-
fi'iti..n ot the l.auss in their primary stages. It .U.iroys in
Gamuiton by perspiration.
Jjinesl. lioj 1, PicLbds district, South Carolina, lestLjes
thai, by its utoalme ho was cured of Rheumatism iu both
ol his Uret-.,i.f -overal jearsstandinir.
The following wishaudodus by a respectable Miysician
Messrs. Scovil A yuwi Gents: I have been using yonr
Literwortaiul Tar Ilt-brew l'lastor very extensively in my
practice lortnrce )ur. past, aDd it is with pleasure that I
slate iny behal iu tlinr runtirinrity over all other articles,
ilh which I am ueijuainteil, fur the purposes for which they
are retoiotnoi..k.l. Tho Heru'w Plaster, especially, Is an
nnivcrml icneca for toe al juans. l have also lonnd it a mos
cxreCeui Application forSprauis and Uruiscs. It elves uni
v'sal -ali.fnrt.oo wtiorex-r iisej. SS OdI.lN,M D.
Iiiioxvtllti, ia . Match 4th, 1M.VJ.
JCT B"m f ''unterieiuand bao linilations.
be grtiuiiK: "ill in (uiuru bave the signature of K.Tay
lor on tli ate-! plaw rLrave.i ou tlielabrlon the top of e&cb
fiiri limits aru a.lv-IJ.-d thai a mean counterfeit oflbis cr
uel -ii iie.wiMf
Tut cimiiii-1- oild l) aud by our agents appointed
tlno iiT i hi- Soutii, and no podlar Is allowed to sell it. Ileal-er-1
'I I' nirh -r- eeL'-rnll) aru cautinacj aean,,t buing of
sot On I our regytur .'iEHiits,utti!rnisolheuillb-inipnsed up.
unt a worthless uriiele. SCUV'lL &. MEAD.
Ill l liatncs sttuL-l. Ion Orleans, -Vile (.'enoral A cents for
iheSiiuibem 8taus, to whom ail orders must invariably be
fnild also by P.wm PriAhore, Iterry & Demoville, A It
Kohiw Ihoiua V. ells and O W llendersholt, Naslivillo,
lenn.,and b all other In opista through tboStatd.
' I.A.NtilloltS K Ar A 1131 Is I'KA l.
A liLtSfi langhorcc A Armtsteid's Celebrated To
nU bicai, just iKtived.
augl7-l cti" JOHNSON. HORNB CO
piece3S ccntpar just re
reivefi: Fire .screens. laree variety:
Vnndad Paper Testers uud Centsrl
Pieces, on band and for sale by W. W: rlAN.
mav7 2 Public Square, corner Iienderickst
PERKINS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
dec6-ly NEW ORLEANS.
TWENTY THOUSAND bushel sRye wanted immedi
ately, for which the highest market price will bo
paid. U.S FRENCH 'SON.
MHYJLLE AND CHATTANOOGA
Rates of Freight on Produce to
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAS,
TO TAKS tmCT OS ATDAXTIS TUB
FIRST DAY OF JUNE NEXT.
AT a recent meeting of President and Superintendents
ef the various Roads connecting Nashville with
Charleston and Savanah, the following rata of Freight
were adopted:' -
Feathers, Wool, Flour in Sacks and Books, perlOO $1 40
Beeswax, "Ginseng, Pink Root, Cotton. Hope and
Bapcin?. Hemp. Star Candles. Soap. Lard and
Linseed Oiland Window Glass, per 100........ $1 00
Leaf Tobacco in bhds, per 100 . .- 80
Whisky, per barrel $8 00
Beef and Pork, per barrel 2 60
Flour, per bbl 1 40
Brooms, in lot of 50 dozen and upwards..... 1 00
To prevent overcharzes the Airent of the N. 4 O. Rail
road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation of
me articles &Dve at tne rates as speciuea, uam iiuuitu
i' TT T . HmTT)C3Mir
mayl4 b po Superintendent.
THE Great Central Route, connecting the Atlantic cities
with Western,Northwestern, and Southwestern States,
by a continuous Railway direct. This road also connects
at rittsourg- wun aaiiy uns oi oieamers to an ports on
tbe Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with
Steamers to all port- On the Northwestern Lakes ; making
the most'iirftrf, cheapest and reZiaMe route by which
c Htduu i can oe iorwarueu to una irom me ureas i en.
Bates between Philadelphia and Pit-bare :
ST CLASS. Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods I innrt,
(in boxes,) Furs, Feathers, ic f75eperl00B
OND CLASS. Books and Stationery. )
Llry Goods (in bales,; Hardware, ea- toc per l ou
tlier. &o )
THIRD CI.-AnnU Bagging, Bacon, I M ,
and Pork (in bulk,), Hemp, Ac fvvyn wvu
fUUKTU uix-sa. tJanee, iisn. uacon, I ,ftnr
and Pork (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil, 40c Per looa
t lour J 1 per bm. until turtner nonce.
Grain 50 cts.per 100 lbs. until further notice.
Cotton $2 per bale, not exceeding 500 lbs. weight, until
KSf In shipninsr Goods from anv point East of Phil a
delphia, be particular to mark package " via, Philadelphia
Railroad." All Goods consigned to tbe Agents of this
Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will he iorwarded with'
FEiionr Aoixts. Harris, Wormley & Co., Memphis,
Tennessee; R. F. Sass & Co, St. Louis; J. S; Mitchell A
Son, Evansville, Indiana; Dumesnil, Bell and Murdock, and
Carter & Jewctt, Louisville, Ky.;R.C. Meldrum, Madison,
Indiana; Sprigman & Brown, and Irwin & Co., Cincinnati;
. . ... r- i . rw t , rt . r l .
a. w.uranam a ua, auesviiiB, uiu; eecu s jo., no
54 Kilby street Boston; Leech & Co. 2 Astor House, New
York; No.l William street, and No. 8 Batterl Place, New
York; E.J.Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw A Eoons, Bal
timore; Geo. C Franciscus, Pittsburg.
U. H. HOUSTON, General FreigU Agent, Phila.
H. J. LOMBAERT, Sup't,AUoona,Pa.
jnS '56, Uslj '57.
riMIREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphis
X and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7K, A. M., and Pitts
burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M., and Pittsburg
for Philadelphia at 1, P.M. THE NIGHT EXPRESS
TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M., and
Pittsburg for Philadelphia at 10, P.M.
The above lines connect at Pittsburg with the Railroads
to and from St. Louis, Mo.; Alton, Galena and Chicago,
111.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra
Haute, Madison, Lafayette and Indianapolis, Ind.; Cincin
nati, Day ton.Springfaeld, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo,
Cleveland, Colnmous, Zanesville, Massillon, and Wooster,
Ohio; also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to Nets
Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati.
Through Tickets can be had to or from either of tb
For further particulars, see Handbills at the diffsrent
starting points. Passengers from the West will find this
the shortest and most expeditious route to Philadclphis
Baltimore, New York or Boston.
THOS. MOORE, Agest, Passenger Lines, PMlada
J, MESK.IMEN, Agbxt, Passenger Lints, Pittsburg.
Philadelphia, 186'; jan8 ly
THE SHORTEST AND iHOST IJIItECT
ROUTE TO THE EASTERN" CITIES
FROM ALL POINTS SOOTH AND WEST.
Baltimore mid Ohio
RUNNING TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OHIO, AND
BALTIMORE, 28 HOURSI
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH I
THE ONLY ROUTE by which through tickets to Wash
ingtou can be procured, to which point as well as to
Baltimore, it is tbe shortest, most direct and in every re
spect the most reliable route. It is the only route by which
purcliasera of Through Tickets to New York are enabled
to reach Ibe cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and Nets
York, at the cost of o Ticket to New York only, thus en
abling Business Men and Travelers for pleasure or infor
mation to visit four of tbe principal cities in the Union for
less cost than can be afforded by auy other route.
And it is the only route by which Through Tickets can
be bad to Richmond, Norlulx, Winchester, f redericksburg,
and Petersburg, Va, Charleston, Savannah, Macon, At
lanta, Augusta, Berkley Springs and Bedford Springs.
Pangers from Nasuvilli take tbe Stage Coaches of
Carter At Thomas, or steamers on tbe Cumberland river,
to Louisville, connecting there with the United States
Mail steamers to Cincinnati, or with the JtfTersonville
Railroad to Indianapolis, lnd., make direct connection al
Columbus, Ohio, with the Central Ohio Railroad to Wheel
ing, whence closeconnection with the Baltimore and Ohio
Kail road is made to Washington City, Baltimore, Phila
delphia and New York.
-7 passengers noiaing turougu nereis ium siom
phis are transferred at Cairo to the cars of the Illinois
Central Railroad, from thence passing through Terre
Haute, Indianapolis, Dayton and Aenia to Columbus. Three
Daily Trains leave Columbus, at 10 A. M., 3:30 P. M. and
12 P. M.
t3T Travelers are requested to notice that while this is
the only route atTirding Through Tickets to aUtbe Eastern
Cities at the same rate as charged by other routes to Neio
York ofly. it is also the shortest, most speedy and direct
to all the leading points in the East. Tbe distance from
Columbus to Baltimore ia only 570 miles, being about 100
niile3 shorter to New York, than by any other route. There
arc less changes of cars by this route, and concequently
lessdotention, than by any other.
f The road is ballasted with broken stone and is
entirely free from dust.
For tartherinlormation, please apply to D.G. RUMSEY,
Agent, Naihville, Tean.
For Through Tickets apply iu Louisville at the office of
the U. S. Mail steamers, or at the Jeffersonville Railroad
Office, Main street. WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master Transportation B. A O. R. R.
JOHN M. SHARP, General Western Agent.
1 1 1 1 i 'i iii i mmm
WE desire to call the attention of Merchants visiting
Nashville for tbe purpose of purchasing their Fall
Stock of Goods, to our very complete and extensive
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS, Ac.
We are gratified in being able to olfar to tbe Trade a
most complete acd extensive assortment of TABLE AND
POCKET CUTLERY, embracing every variety of style
and quality, which is daily being increased with fresh ar
rivals imported direct from the principal manufacturers
in Europ, which we are prepared to sell at very low
Our stock of HARDWARE in all the varieties prob
ably more complete and extensive than any that hare ever
been offered in the Nashville market. We also keep a
large St-xk of Cotton, Hemp and Manilla Cordage of all
sues, Dufour's Bolting Cloths, Machine Belting, Steam
Packing and Hose, Rivets of all kinds, Iron, Brass and
Copper Wire, Sheet Zinc, Block Tin, Farming Imple
menu, Corn Spellers, Siraw-cutters, Wheat Thrashers,
Page's Patent Portable Saw Mills, Ac, As All are invited
to enmine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
MACEY & HAMILTON,
sept" 47" College street.
CIHCU L AKSAWs AND SAW MAflUJUIiLS.
A LARGE lot or Circular Saws and Mandrills or all
sues just received hy MACEY A HAMILTON.
I'JArtKS Art If 1SKACJ3S.
JUST received the very largest assortment of Planes
and Braces aud Bitts ever offered for sale in Nash
ville; MACEY A HAMILTON-
WE have just received a lot of Sausage Cotters a
superior article every house keeper should bavo
oce (sept7) MACEY A HAMILTON.
iitU'OUTISO MALTA JACKS.
FOR sale at my Plantation, in Williamson county, fen
cash or on time. FIVE BLACK JACKS, three years
old, imported from the Island of Malta, of pure blood.
j;8 Cmd&tw. JAMES H. WILSON.
GAS FOR COUNTRY HOUSES AND
STEAMBOATS PATENT BENZOLE GAS
County and State Rights for Sale. The only
jjcuxuiu iununui; tuui will give U goou llgul
pr f . uwv Mi, i.iiiu iuuui,
JL requires little or no attention except winding up,
nut imr ui u ciutk.
The eminse is onn third fptn lh-in npitinanr n.1 nn
' ' " ........ J wnl VJU0,
and makes the most handsome and cheapest light in tbe
worm, it can oe seen in practical operation at Hender
son & Bros., Deaderick street
Any persons wanting their houses lighted can be sup
pled immediately, tbey having made a contract for tne
furnishing ef Davidson county, and solicit orders.
Information concerning State and County rights, can be
uu uy applying to Wit. WAKHK,
ang 21 Cherry Street. Nashville.
POSITIVE SALE AT COST OF
CONSISTING of Ladies' and Gentlemen's
BREAST PINS, FINGER RINGS,
LOCKETS AND EAR-RINGS. Auo,
GOLD AND SILVER WATHUES.
VEST CHAINS, SEALS AND KEYS,
GOLD PENS, PENCILS, Ac., Ac.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
I will' sell mv entire Stock of Jewel rv AT COST nn
.uu oi a. uiuuius tacuii, iur Buunjrca notes, satif1
factorily endorsed. A. VOfZOT,
IIimih mr,A at 11, I - J . . -
augji im Uommisaion Merchant, No. 56 College St.
CASES OF ROOTS, SHOES AND II ATS.
FOR TIIE FALL TRADS.
Robertson & Dashieli,
NO.U COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE.
TTE have now in Store a verv larze Stock of finals. Shnns
VV and flats, to which we wish to call the attnntlnn or
country mercnants ana ma public generally, and which we
win sen iuw. uur awes is mncn lareer man lias etrpr honn
offered by the house, and well selected.
We feel confident Uiat merchants laying In their Fall and
Winter Stock, will find it to their Inteient to call and examine
our Stock before purehasins elsewhere, and we nledo-a nnr.
elves to give general satisfaction to all who may favor us
) 1 .11 ll ll.
Our Retail tock has been very carefully selected, and we
feel no hesitancy in saving that those who r.urrhmn in lfcia
line, will be pleased upon an examination of our Slock. "
We ask you to call and examine some of tbe iloest Stock In
Oar Stock of Brogsns for Plantation use is very fall and
We respectfully invito the Planters to clvo us a calb
aug30 2m o
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
Snyder & Frizzell
ARE now recoiling and opening fresh and desirable goods
suitable for the citvand country trade.
Ladies' ne Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed.
" " Kid Front Lace Gaiters,
- " Kid Side " thick and thin soles,
" " Black Lasting Gaiters. " .
" " " " " with heels, i
" Congress Gaiters,
' " Kid Boots, thick and thin soles,
" " " " " " ' wlthhoele,
" White Kid and Satan Slippers.
" Toilet Slippers, plain and fancy,
Children and Misses tho. sol everydescriptlon.
Grntleraans' wear of every description.
Their stock or heavy goods is large and of good quality.
In short, all persons wishing coods in their Una will Sml it t
their Inti-re to call at No. 23, Public Square.
NASHVILLE BELL AND BBA83 FOUNDRY,
No 17& South Front Street,
AB. COOK, practical Bell and Brass Founder, succes
. aor to Weller A Cook, is orenared to manufacturj
to or er. Bells for Churches, Steamboats and Plantatijj ..
Also, Steam Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Qi i r.
Fountain and Stop Cocks, Hose and Salt Well Joint i (jun
Mouuting, Anti-Friction Metal.
All work made by me with neatness anddisp; r , of the
best material, at low prices, and warranted, anl 8 ly
ALEXANDER M. WALLACE,
General Commission Merchant,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
WILL CITE SPECIAL ATTESTTON TO THE SALE Or
BA CON, LARD, FLOUR, TOBACCO,
&c, vc, &c.
Bar x b to
C Wallace. Knoxville. Tenn., Toole, Bro.ACo., Mary-
ville, Tenn., U T Cox, Louisville, Tenn., J Donaldson,
Onion, Tenn., Johnson A Hair, MadisonviUe, Tenn., Bran
son A Bro., Sevier county, Tenn., Fains A. King, Dan
dridge, Tenn., Vaugn & Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, H
M Jackson, Athens, Tenn., Poullain, Jennings & Co., Au
eusta. Ga.. John Cunningham. Greensboro, Ga.. F W Lu
cas, Athens, Ox, John Wingtield, Madison, Ga., Carhart
itou. jiacon, ua.. t 1 Willis, savannan. ua. nor ly
ABtUM COXLXr. a. L. JOBSSON
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
fSaccessors to McClure A Moore.)
No. 10 Broad, and No. 91 South Market St.,
KEEP constantly en hand all kinds or Cooking and
Heating Stoves, plain and ornamental: also. Tin-
ware, Grates, Aa, Ac
Hooting and Spouting done wun neatness and despatch.
Sheet iron and CoDoer work for Boats. Rolling mills.
Furnaces, Foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap as
thecheapest. janl3 ly.
W. BC9SXLL. T. J. SCOTT. O. X. CAEICO,
RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION
No. 50 Bboapwat, Nasttvilli, Txxkusex.
NEW RANKING HOUSE.
JOUN D. J All IS. A. WBILISS. DAVID D. JAMS
JOHN D. JAMES & CO..
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to the Jlank oi Nashville,
It. LANIER Ac CO.,
(Successors to Hart & Uollingsworth,)
w c u i . c . n - . r . .i. .. :i i .
WHOLESALE GROCERS 5i DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
IJVEHM .V CO.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
riAi-.iav il,ic, xr.nri-sr.r..
WILL PUBCSASI OB SELL FROOrCK AND rKOrtETT OT EVIBT
FARE REDUCtD TO $7 FROM NASHVILLE TO
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia and
Waynesboro. For seats apply at the "General Stage
Office. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri
days, at 6K o- m- dec22 tf.'
LIBRARY OF WIT. ROMANCE AND RAClM-iS
being translations from the French, new edition, beau
tifully illustrated. Catalogues sent free, on enclosing at
three cent stamp to IL 8. G. SMITH CO.,
may29 w6m. Box 4210. New York, P O.
PROPOSALS FOR SI''E FOR PUBLIC
SEALEO proposals will be received by Jesse Thomas
Esq., Surveyor, Samuel K. Anderson, Esq, PostUoster
and Jacob McGavock, Esq,, until tbe twenty-fifth day of
September next, for a suitable site for a building for tha
accommodation ot Ike' Custom House, Post Ollice, United
Sutes Courts, and Steam Boat Inspectors, at Nashville,
Tenn. Corner Lots will be preferred, and none are eligi
ble that are less than one hundred fret by one hundred
feet! JAMES GUTHRIE,
sept7 tt Secretary Treasury.
W ASBEfGTOX, D. C, Auj. 29, 'V.
ft-wi-iaffete-fr ' fs-it i, i'iitlr,'
On the Havana Plasi.
MORE PKIZfca THAN BLANKS I
Only I5.0CO Numbers I
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION 1
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOllERY ,
sr Acraomrr or rcz state or oigbgia.
To be drawn on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15TH, 1S56.T
At Concert Ball, Macon, Ga.. under the Sworn Super
inienaence ot vol ueo, u. ogan -oa J as. A. jiisoet,
Patrons will please examine this Scheme carefully
compare it Tilth &iy other, and if it is not lbs best ever
offered, and tbe ctaieea to obtain Capitals far better, don't
1 Prixeof. $16,000 is..... $15,000
1 " -.... 6,000 1 5,000
1 M ............ 2,000 1s 2,000
2 " 1,000 are 2,uv0
5 ;. 600 are i.iotl
75 " .. luO are. t 7.5.0
20 Approximations of.... t50 ore.. $1,000
60 " .... 25 are 1,250
'50 - .... 20 are 1,000
100 10 are 1.000
7,500 Prizes of $9) are 68,750
7,605 JPrixes, amounting to ..t$102,000
t-TickeU $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2 50.
The 7,500 Prizes of $SK ar determined bv the numbsr
which draws tbe $15,000 Prize if that Dumber should be
an odd number, then every edd number ticket in the
Scheme will be entitled to $3 5C; if an eten.number. tben
every cvea numoer iicxkswiu oe cuuuea io f3 ov, m au
dition to any other Prxs which may- be drawn:
Purchase is in t,utiu u tuu quantity af odd and even
number tickets wilt be certain of drawing nearly one-half
tne cost ot me same, with cbai.ee- ct obtaining otcer
All thoss tickets endinr with 0, 2. 4. 6, 8. are eves all
tuose enaiog wuu i, e, o,t, v, are cua
37" Persons sending monc? by mail need not fear its
being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communtca
Lions confidential. Bank Notes of sound Banks taken st
47 xnose wisning particular uumsers snouia. oraer
nasnvilie, renuessee, win Doprompur aitenaea to
JAMLM r. ,V1A1K,
septl7 anager, Macon, Ga.
MAMMOTH SCHEME 1
Authorised by the State of Alabama.
MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY t
To be drawn in the City cf Montgomery, Alabama, in pub-
lie, on riuuAi, uur.iu, into, on us
PLAN OF SISGLE NUMBERS!
SAMUEL SWAN, fllanajer.
PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
200,000 Dollars !
will be distributed according to tbo following unrivalled
1 Prize of. $50,000 is $50,000
1 " 20,000 is 20,000
1 " 20,000 is 20,000
1 " 10,000 is , 10,000
1 " 10.000 is 10,000
1 " 5,000 i 5,000
2 " 2,500 ore 5,000
2 " ' 1,000 are 2,000
20 " 500 are 10,000
55 SOOare 15,000
75 M 200 are 15,000
100 " 100 are 10,000
125 " 60 are 7,500
4 prizes of $400 approxi 'ating to $50,000 prize are $1,000
4 " 800 5,000 " 1,200
4 250 " 20,000 1,000
4 " S02 " 10,000 " 800
4 " 175 " 10,000 " 700
4 ' 150 " 5,000 " 600
5 " 6J " 2,500 " 480
8 " 40 " 1,000 " 820
SO " 85 " 500 " 2,800
200 " 25 " 800 " 6000
800 " 20 " 200 8,000
,000 prizes amounting to $200,000
WHOL02 TICKETS. $10; HALVES $5; QUBTR8,:$2J6.
Tbe Alabama and Georgia Lotteries, as channels for in
vestment, present inducements over any known scheme.
The experience the public have had of tba management of
these Lotteries, tbe large amount of prizes sold, the prompt
ness with which they have been paid, are the best guar
antees that they wifl always be conducted in the most
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
TriaM aa. 1I fUW TiAtAid nnmhartvl fmm 1 4- A (VL1
AUCiCI DIG VUlVUV 4IVra Al U AS i-A W 1 W LA IW WV-WU,
Tbsie are 380 lull Prizes and 620 Approximations mak-
ng in an iuum prizes.
The drawine takes ulace in public, under the superin
tendence of two sworn Commissioners.
The Numbers from 1 to 80,000. corresponding with
those Numbers on the Tickets printed oa separata slips of
paper, are enciicled with small tin tubes, and placed in
Tbe first 3S0 Prizes, similirly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel
The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from tbe wheel of Numbers, and at tbe same time a Prize
is drawn from the other wheel. Tbe number and Prize
drawn out are opened snd exhibited to the audience, and
a.!et,M,4 Vi tt It. PnmmiBalnna. Ilia Pri'.rt ti.tnr vlatoA
igainst the number drawn. This operation is repeated
until all tbe Prizes are drawn out
Approximation' Prizes. The two preceding and as two
succeeding Numbers to those drawing tbe hthl 380 Prizes
will be entitled to the 620 Approximation Prizes, according
to the Scheme.
IN ORDERING TICKETS,
Enclose the money to our address tor the Tickets order-
ed, on the receipt of which they will be forwarded by first
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizs3 will be sent to
purchasers immediately after tbe drawing.
sr urcuasera wiupieust write uieir sigaauire puttn, give
their Post Office, County and State.
1ST Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable
in full without deduction.
XST All prizes of $1,000 and under, piid immediately
after the' drawing other prizes at the usual time of thirty
days, in fall without deduction.
All communications strictly connaential.
Orders for Tickets should be sent ia early.
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at
Orders for Tickets can be addressed either to
S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Oa ,
8. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.,
ssptlP or J. Y. HUGO INS, Box. 8 Nashville.
COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor,
(LATX Or'tTBK 8PEISOS.)
THE subscriber has recently taken this well
known establishment is refittinirand thor-
ouirhlv renovating it, and hopes soon to have it in
such condition as not ta be inferior to any house in this
city. The Proprietor hopes by bis exertions andtUteof
his Assistant, Mr. Craddock, who formerly presided at
the City Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be
ing patronized by the public and promises that no pains
shall ba spared on bis part, to merit tbe approbation of
those who may favor him with their patronage. He res
pectfully solicitsa Hal of bis bouse.
leozs atww n wm. uuhekts.
NEW RICE. 10 tierces new Rice jtut received per
Railroad, and for sale by JOSEPH NASH,
sep u lw e. . cor, uouege ana tsprtDg sis.
(IA BAGS Smith A Beden's Extra Family Flour, just
.UU received and for sale by
JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN,
je!9 tf Broadway.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE AT NIGHT.
Benj. F Shields
WILL HOLD DCRUiQ TBI SIASOlf BIS BEQULAB EVZMNO SALCS
OF DRY.ROOUS AND VARIETIES.
On WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS of each week, at
early gas-light. BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
septal U s runnc cqnar.
THE highest market price will be given for new
Feathers. BENJ. F. SHIELDS.
sept23 tf 42 ruouc square.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
T OFFER for sale my House and Lot In Edgefield
wiiuia leu miuuM? a ws ui uiq iruuiiu cijiiAio, Sfl
'the Lot fronts one hundred and forty-five feet on-"
the Gallatin Turnpike, running back two hundred and
fifty feet to a street. The improvements consist of a com
foruble Back Dwelling, Kitchen, Cistern, Ac, Ac
Terms liberal. Apply at No. 65 Public Square
srpt2$ lm A. H. WASHINGTON.
FACE REDUCED TO $12 60
FROM NASHVILLE TO MEMPHIS.
YIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia,
Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
150 miles railroad, and 165 miles turnpike. Leaves Nash
ville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 a. m. Ap
ply at the General Stage Office, opposite tbe Post Office.
WHEAT, WHEAT iiy.OOO bushels ited and
White Wheat wanted immediately, for which w.e
will pay tbe highest market price in cash.
july2 STRATTON A EWINR.
WHEAT AflO UALUn.
E dsrrirc to pnTchass Wheat and Bacoa, far which
we will pay the highest Market value in cazh.
2 JOHNSON, HORNE & CO.
NEW YORK, BREMEN & SOUTHAMPTON
UNIT2D 8TATZS KAIL STEAXESS;
THH.!?l(2omPrislllStni' line are WA9H
MANN.CapuBdward Hlrglns. Tht stea-2
mers stop at Southampton, both tolncnd remTsST
. . V, SAIWXIf 'iSJQ
HKHA Jan. 26
vv ash 1 21 o I UZ . . . Feb
Stonninr u oOuthamnton. both coinr and retnraiBr. tbsv
offtr ps.-sengrrs proceeding to London and Havre.advantajta
over any ouisr roate.for the economy of time and raonev.
Passage from New York to Soauxmpton and Bremen, First
vum iMuyoo, im sonars; rirst uaom, tower aaioon, uu
uoiuin, oecoaa uo. uu aouxrs.
All Isttsrsaud newspapers must pass through the Post Of
fice. No bills ofladmg will be signed or parcels received on the
An experienced Surgeon is attached to each ship.
For freight or p&ssaie apply to
C. H. SAND, 11 Soutii William street, Ntw York.
C. A. HEINEKE5& CO., Bremen.
CROSKKY Jc CO Southampton.
W41. 1SBLIN, Havre. Jan2J-ly
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL
rpHE "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY" have mad ar-
jl iog ments wun ine aoove Kturoad for a Daily Ex
press Line, and are now prepared to receive and forward
Freight, Packages, Ac, by Passenger Trains to Huntsrble,
Decatur. TuiimimhiA s.nd inl.Fmsrlioln .ui;nna nr. Y.e. r
A C. aud N. A a Railroads. Small Packs rea at reduced
Kf Messengers leave If ashville daily at 7 o'clock, a a.
Ai. untUnt .m .V.A t- ii iii m
i-y f iVIUU ui UH llirwnan flT r. ITirV-KSJ VI HA - l1
.w, c.li uulgQ. J 1. IXKJLiX,
CAI1IN PASSAGE FROM CHARLESTON
TO NEW YORK,
United States Mail JLinc
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM
Through In 43 to S3 Hours.
Nashrille, 1800 tons, M. Berry Commander.
Marion, 1500 tons, W. J. Foster, Commander.
Jas. AUgcr, 1600 tons, S. C.Turner, Commander.
Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan, Commander.
L,-t,AVta Adder's wnarvea.everv Wednes
day and Saturday after the arrival of the
cars from the South end Wst. "at hitrh
. - - -i - "
These Steamships were all built exnresnlv for this
Line and for safetr. speed and comfort are tmrivalled on
Tables supplied with every luxury. Attentive and ccur
teous Commanders, will insure Travellers bv this Lins
every possible comfort and accommodation.
uaDin passage,. f25,
For freight or Dassaze.bavimrelsirant State Ratm Ar,
Corner East Bay acd Adger's South Wharf,
febl8'6 Charleston, S. O.
THE MOST DESIRABLE STOCK ON THE
The attention of Speculators is particularlv railed tn lh
Magnificent Scheme of the
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY,
To ba Drawn FRIDAY, OCT, 10, 185$r which embraces,
in addition to others, tho following Brilliant Pniss
ANY ONE OF WHICH CAN BE HAD FOR 10.
1 Prize of $50,000 !
1 Prize of $20,000!
1 Prize of $20,000 !
1 Prize of 310,000 !j
1 Prize of $10,000 !
1 Prize of $5,000 1
2 Prizes of $2,500 !
&c, (Sic., tec
No time should be lost in securing Tickets.
WHOLES, $10; HALVES, 5; QUARTERS, 2 60.
Orders can be addressed to
S. SWAN & CO, Atlanta, Ga.
S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.
or J. Y. HUGGINa,
cct4 td Box 8, Nashville.
X3J For further particulars see Schema in anolher
For tbo Complete euro or Coucbs. Coldsi
llffl..n., i.,. . ........ . . . .. .T - . - . .
or ntood and all other luiigr Couiplaintx
tending to Consumption.
TJ1S preparation Is getting into nse all over our country.
Tbe numerous letlvrs we receive from our various a
gents, Informing us or cares effected 1b their Immediate
neighborhoods, warrant us In saying It Is one of the best, IT
not the very best Cough Medicine now before the public
It almost invariably rellaTei mil n fit nnfpannantlv miu
the Tery worst casus. When all other Cough preparation!
have failed, this has relieved the patlent,aa Druggists, deal
ers In Medicines, and Physicians can testify. ASK the Agent
ujvui uoa.ee. m.imuiiu utran His experience oi me
effects of this medicine. If be has bn selling it for any
length of time he will tell jou It Is tho bast modicine extant
Helow we give a few extracts from letters we have receiv
ed leatly regarding the virtues of this medicine.
iir.o. t. usiin, or Knoxville, Ga., says: I have been
sine Tour Llverirort aud Tar varr uTtAn.lvniv In nvn.,,.
tlcefor three years past, and, It Is with pleasure 1 stsla my
bellefln Its snperlority over all other articles with which I
am Bcquaistea.ior wmeu It Is leeommended.
Messrs. Fitzgerald & Brenners, writing from Wajnesvllla,
a. C, says: "The Liverwort and Tar Is beeomisg tUily
more popular In this country, and we think Justly so. All
who havo tried it sneak in eoinmanriaMA tarm. nfir
His very boneadalln alleviating tbe complaints or which it
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C Mr.S. K. MeFall,
aiures us that he usesltwlth grsat beneat In his own family
.ummuuiiuDuiuib iu uu imion.'' lie gives au tnslanee
"s"' tn iu ui Tiranuy, wno nsa peen euaerme
v ith disease of the Lucara for mn. itinrf(vi nt,
cough, who was relieved bythe Liverwort and Tar.
uch are the rood reDortswa hftsmr thi RioifinM rn
allparUoftbeSoath. Fora report of the aurprlsinr rurei
It has performed In tbe 'Western and Northern and Eutera
States, wo would Invite the suffering patient to read tha pam
phlet which accompanies each bottle. Totl wesay,have
Try the Modicine!! Be warned In season'l! And norlst
not that couzh which isdaiiv wcakecinr vonr ron.tlmilni,.
Irritatiag; yourthroatand lungs, and Inrtting oa that dread
disease, Consumption, when so soothmc and healing a rem
ody can be obtained as Kogers' Syrapot" liverwort and Tsr.
Beware of Counterfeits and base Imitations. The gonulao
arttale Is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper
around each bottle.
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or six Bottles for Five Dol
lars. Sold wholesale and rciail by SCOV1L & 11I5AD,
in iaariresau Dei. unu ana tl.ools,.O.t Bole Ajcent
orlheSonthern States, to whumall orders and Innllpjlinn,
for Agencies must he addrosted. Sold also bv
I- . ii ... 1 1 .- ,, ,. . . . ..
... .. " oorrj ot eraoviie,A.K.KOscoe,THOs.
Wells. and O.W. Hendershott.NxhTln.Tnn .n, h..n
other DrngglsUtbroBgh the fitato. anlS dtriwly.
JOY TO THE WOHLDf
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE IiRMEDy
fY all (ha remedies that have been dlscuveVnU daring tbe
iimvu,9. iv - luu.M.u UH Ilia, USU I.IlUlr IO.
nnnn nn,, . I k. 1.-.1 .1 - I - - . '
who mib uvuusiiui jiivywauuii, WUIJ utree JC3It
have elapsed since the discoverer ( who snt a decade In
tndvlnff. esnnriinAnfallTin viind rirfAn1n it ft.. in u
ed it to the public, acd it is already r-cognlzed by the most
eminent physicians In all parts of tne country to be the most
surprising and effective remedy for certain diseases of which
they bave knowledge.
ah inner compouaas or syrups ot tne root Have hitherto
f.ltul (n mmihihiI 1 1.., nn P . I. r I.
rwuvwuu v UIU lalUUJ, U t U 1 6 , OH
bolng tested, they have been found to contain noxious lngre.
dients, which neutralize the good effects of the sarsapartlla.
- , .-.... w. .uw fmiwui. A 1 UUklff
with Horiey'n preparation.
i nil is tae pure ana genuine extract or tbe root; and wllI,og
...... "--v.. uium .uu (iumi carooitneioi-
lowingeomplaints and diseases :
aimuuu m mo ooaa, naotlual COSttVeSCM,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Liver complaint.
.Erysipelas, Pulmonary Diseases,
Female Irre jularltUs, Scrofula, or nine's Bra.
Fistula, Syphilis, '
And all Disease orihe Skin.
I, ....! .... I Ln I ,. , I , . .
ii-i'uj uis auuiu, it 18 aiSSJ Known 10 DO B. ZTBil
and powerful tonic. nnrififn-tho hlfwiH.ml in.i.i.'
systtm. ' "6ujis.
iB saon, 11 is witaout exception, In the cues me-Uonod
and iu general effect on the system, the most efficacious, as
Itl.Tnn.t r1.atp.hla -.man. nriL. . ...... .
. . ---i '-t".i-.iij v,u0Kva 11 u aireaur exten
sively used throughout tbe country, and Is fsstobtainlng an
are dally coming to the propnetor's knowledge, and betas
nohoiutionln recommending it toono and all who desiro to
nrnenra rHpf frnm .ntnaHpiw v. . . -r
k" . --.. wuc wvwi" wmrinca,iH vi-
fflcts will bo too apparent to admit of farther doubt.
Ka-COlleCt IlurlAY. Kn.ri.Mlt I. 0.- 1 I- -,U1a,
J "II-I...I1I. MiaUIUI EBUIIwiV aiUMB
In the market.
Lj Price one dollar perbottle,ortix for Ave dollars.
rut sale at the nunutactory, corner or Seveataanaureen
streeu, outsvlllo, Ky. Also, wholesale aaa retail oy n.v.
ECOVlb, and ty dealers in Modicine throughout tbe United
S I n . n a r.n.rl. n i. .1 Xr.Tt.A I nnS3id- tT
BERRY A DEMOVILE,
Wholesale- Agents. NaahvUfe
HERE IS THAT SEAJSSTRESS. I have a
good Seamstress, and one of tbe very but QAR
PjTiiKS io Tennessee, for sale. Also a few extra Cocks,
(wiranted to suit or no sale.) with various other negroes ;
consisting of girls, boys, blaclumitha, Ac Among tbem
are several extra good negroes, that I am desirous of toll
ing is the city-. As good cooks will hire exceedingly high
next yesr, I think those ia oetdol rich, had better call
and bay while they ttra low.
septSB KEES W.POBTPB.
..THOMPSON A; GO,
FALL. AM "VTIJITE-t
J85 6. '
fTiaOlIPSON CO., are now opening a large and viried
A asio.-tnent of.FALf AJTD Wl.TrK DAT OO0D&
VVewouM ask particular attention to our Stook tills sesses.
it bolnr compa of every thing new and deslrabto to b
IiJIlTl 11 I n tfaA. k..tari, ini.fe.t. .w .... . , .
V-l "T nuwainur, aetensiaeo. v
Jell as cheap aa any house latbeolty. AUweuk lias exam
ination Of oa?Stork In nrrrr.. I, W ..V "
showing oar goodi7 ' M e"nam9
We have a Urge lot of SUlu on hand, varying from Be eta.
peryaru to 8109 per pattern. A beautlrdl Uns cr Sla& Bl
w yard, which we cat in any qaanlty u salt parch ss:
SfLKaiilO FLOUNCS D tl&3. Brocade icwST
. '.. Satla " do .'.j i
' -! pa do-
- Yshret very Sue,
. - tJrevealng: Terras d"
some and new; strijt, aad plaid Sflks of Ut UaVs tzi q
t.es plain ui rept allk, alt colorsr bUoc Silks cr all
fLr e,ai'&.lat"e n-d lXi.aHes. t,
thii-- o,f 5'eu Dreu Goods embra-es ever tis Is
Pi.i r-. s,m U-me., la any qaaauly;
piVr? Ceres, lnd. Plata Merino, all Unas,
Palra Merinos, all klaas. Hih Cashmere pa-ens for
Eobee.- Wool Plaids, of all kloa,. i3o notline .; AlSieu
ParamethasjTamese Cloths ana MouralnVal ofloTkSI-.
We would call the attentiju ol the Ladles to our Scsckof
plitlstl herWmUl1 """"t lo tH
Fine Val. Laoe Pellerlne beastlftl article
fiew stjle Lace Bershc very Suej '
New sljle Val Lxco Cajes;
New style Val. ce Setts vary 2ns sad eatlralv i
K.w style Pomt Lace, do. ' euiireiy m;
Kew style Black Thread Lace Stt Try deafrabUt
.. .. Lace Collars;
.. .. Trimmed, do;
.. .. .. Handkerchiefs!
Verv ncJi Polot Lne Hrldal Vll.-rr,.t-. m-,
MM. ' 1. MJMIiV, 47 Vila. aM; D1iprSS XACS. Vi I (al
Thread Lace; a large assortment alwsrs oa taoJ.
. - . n 1 . a
Xew style Embroidered Muilla'iSetts,
Collars, . .
-mbrotdsred Skirts, Embroliered dressts-Jok
Jaconet and S win Tnmialngri a larjs lot,
FJouiicfugs e. large lot,
Linen Edging and Inserting,
-Smbroidnred Slaslln Caps new and cheap,
Cajies -new and keaaufal.1
. 'r tUe liable.
Rich Embroldendi.dk llsii cew aud betutlfull
- Mertoo lists new and heaatUitl.
Fine Embroidered Mertao CloaSj, - ;
.. Blankets, .
Embroidered bodies and baby dreMess of all kinds..
Fine embroidered Muslin and. Lace trimmed Car.
Ibese things are very derable, being new aadeStew.
stock of Ribbons It very large and well assorted l
Klch Moire Antique KiboJu, - '
.. Brocade Kiobon, .-4.
.. Jas;a Stripe Blbbos, T
.. Plakl ribbon. if
Plata Kihboos of all tlidj, izi rich Stab Btt-iotu.
Cloalta uxia aitatvls. - 1
Wo t-.Tdn. 1 1 .'.11. . 1 1 ..... 1 . . ,. . . 1 ... . . ...
-- . . ----- . v. it B.T.t, uioaxs.aijo
Shawls and Scarfs, or every uescrtption: '
.. .. .iv. uH.i paticm. caw
aotheloaks new, ' '
.. Plush cloata Ten-new, .
Very Fine Brocho Shawls,
MelU Bunlersd Shxwb. - '.
.. Plush shawls new,
.. Bay u'taio plaid inawllt oil kinds. '- '
Oeatlemen'stravellos shawls. awJ
Ladles' traveUng shawls. ' -V
Oeutluincn'e Wear aV-
Rich French Casslmcr.s-n,; Br ' '
'n ''H11 a-stmere new ttyle,
Plain and Plaid cai.lm. p.. -1. J7zJ. T
Blck hrencn Casilmercs, '
Blue French Cloth,
Klch Veivot Vest pattern,
.. uncut .. v
Rich !Ulc vest paUercs -slick aad fsacy,
WAIi JHMlB ICHUlllHNl -
Alllrlndinf UnriL... lz..t . . . - -,7..
, j- . .1. a unacr-wcar, suoing
Gloves, Dress Glpves, etc., eus.
Ladles'. Gentleiaen'a and iim..-,i ti' . .. -.
- - . .a . t l .V. !
Alexandre's Kid Gloves; Buck Ski a Glove
Cashmere aad Bilk Gloves, plain Hcd '
Alexandre bilk (plain) and Kaglaa Glove, '
waiv will, uiuivi, uu,uiBDK,
Taffeta, Plash lined, Glares, etc, etc.
Bltok and Pearl Silk, aad Flesh colored Hon.
Raw EHt Hose. Plush Uued and plain,
Cashmere, Lambs Wool aad Alpaeca Hose.
Children's Fancy aad Plata Wool iiose, of all klnJa.
cartains and Curtain WterlKts.
Elegant Lace and Embroidered -tasilaCurtalEt.
Embroidered Moslin for Curtains, by the piece
Klch Satin aad German Damask, all colors and kinds.
Gimp Tassels, Loops and Cornice, to match.
- j , I. u, icajiicg iaa urjestsiocK
ia tbechy, and stllingtt reasonable pnees. Havtnz a Uree
stock oa hand, and being desiro as of MlUag as many as pdV
eible before removingto oar new house, we think it wou'd
-" u wn::ig io paixuase uarpeu to
take a look at oar stock before purchasing; elsewhere
Hfch Velvet Carneri. Camr fnan tiin.il K . w. ....
. . r F -.-J utvuu, w uiie
Rich Brussels and Tapelry Carpets,
3 ply English and American Carpets,
Ingrain Carjiels, of fdl kinds.
Cheap Carp-U, ef every description. "
Fine Mosaic, Velvet and Brussels Iftgs,
Uouiektlc und IIou0 Fiirni'shlnir Geadu.
Ueant fnl Fron.-hrhlnl- .il nn.n,i. '
-ogusa ana American Chlnu, all oaalltUs.
- . .
English and American Prints, la groat variety. ,
Ballard Vale Flannel, something that will not iMaiL
Welsb and French Flannels, very 3oe,
ip.ta c ianneis,oii colors.
Bay huto FIanals,whlta(treatob.)
Linen Table-Diaper, all kinds,
Damask Table Cloths and Napkins,
Colored Table Cloths and Sapklas to jaalch.
Kuuia and Hackabu ck Toweilnr
a auo li.L.I.J. u C13.
We h&vann kind i lnmi iimV ar Ba.-i- . j .
- - wui.j.v uv.j-, oi oTsrr
THO.MPSO.T - CO.
P6 21 PatUa Srute.
WaTSOS M.COO-S. jiU S. BirLl-.V
Late of Gatntbcro' 2'enn. e-scito bcjii.
COOKE, BAILEY & CO., ?
t-AV -rr .... . L
"u-mjai 1.UUKI J J-
KOOTS, SHOKs, HATS, CAI'a, UOKWETS:
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC) S QUAKE' NA3TILLE; T3fii".,
Bare nowarranginjrfor sale our FIST STOCK of
the above Ooodj. I-hfrS haTfna- fuMn n.rii!T
lectej, od purchased upon tbe mositvprabIe terms, will
lw, rn .1 ,t ..mU . I. . ...a. .: r , i . '
v. iuuuu itch uiui uio a.bouiifja ui aTiercnaats,
ii invite auintpeetion or una stock, confident-be-evincr
that we can suddIv those who mar Imwn, with
their trade, with handsome aud durable Good at such
prices as will enable them to compete successfully with
MerctfanU who purcbaseatPhilgdelpbja.
t3 Our term of credit is sixmootha to r-LViUf JIt..
and we will make a liberal discount tn SA buyers. '
unci. 2 tini fnntTL. uittr . nr
O WWWWl.iWBUlttl M .V.
PltN'fl. VPT linpiivc tfitain .
T - , a,w viiavnu. mum y, UCU
I1E undersigned has just reoeirrd aad opened for la
tpection. the largest stock tf Pianos, Melodeoaa ud
Musical Merchandise ever oSered in the City of Koefci
Tbe attention of everybody is invited to examine and
judjje for ibemselvcs As mine is strictly a Meao Bt.
Kisi, purchasers may rely upon getting the very best ar
tick, and at the lowest remunerative prices. To whole-
Mil Pi etiMlnmprn T tit ill anil . t . .4, .n, 1'- . -
so that they cansavo freight, betides dtngers of traatv
portatiou. Schools and tejchers supplied upon the tstt
hst turrn-i. '
eept31-lm J. A-SIcCLXTRE.
TT WIf.T. ri-t a-iil r . T .-.1 vir T ,1 , -..-
X V, - w aAuu aiiauia. a wiu aieq OCT
old .Missouri and Arkansas Land Patents, issued about
117, MlWjLUim ot 101X.
I am also prepared to locate land WarranU la t3oath
Western Missouri, on th linniI- si.k Tvr- u:
, , . nu.u i. !. I.I JOU
soun railroad, m connection wttba geatlcjiaa wbo tuts bad
ovicvuug ui more toaa 3,1 w,uw acres of railroad laud
along the side of this road. For further partieultri, bass.
ic,. fSSniro of undersigned oa Cedar street, over tb
PostOmce. fteotlOi J. n. CKl.mtm
- -rr.. -.wh wwmi niauiuuiii-aJorilB, 1 Will BSU OB
JL sxcommodating terms IG3 acres of Land, eight tallest
from Nashville, on the (Jallatia turnpike, at or aetr tiM
first Depot bf tboNasbnlle and LouistIIIb Kriltri'f. This
land is well imp roved, about seventy acres cleared od
the balance iawool. It is tba place formerly owned br
Judge Balch, and known as Kotemonte. The soli is hl.
penor, and tae neighoorbood one of the best in tbe eota.tr.
epnion lm . t mi tmn ivn
K r.nltiri,n t i. J.. l.t.. , i. .,, it
-.r.-v it. a7JU..nUl.l1av 4,al.,
g Cherry etreet
'X2IE SECOiSD ANNIAIi EXIUUITIOK
TENNESSEE MEC.3u.NICS' INSTITUTE,
Will ha held at Odd Fellows' Ball and the State Ptlr
Grounds la the city ofli'aihville.
OCTOBEB Utv TO THE 20re, 1855,
Ia connection with
THE STATE FAIR,
And the Fair of the
Davidson ouniy itgricauanu eocieiy.
- fhOUANICa.Jiaouiactuiers. Arti.ls.tbe Ladies til
lVjL who wish to display the results of their labor,' skill.
ioRenuity or taste, whetherprised for nse or curioe.tr, ara
invited to contribute such articles for this exhibition.'
Articles oi a delicate or perishable character will ba de
posited at tbe Hall, Machinery and heavy or bulky srticJos
articles will be shown at tbe ground of the State Fair, at
both of which places the most favorable arrangement are
beinpnude for the display of alt articles coutributsd.
The Hoard of DircuWrsconfilcntly appeal toibeatiKM
of the State to lend their escsongement to this fair,
which caa best oedoacby read eting it worthy of. public
Circulars contai&lc; full partlcnlari of tbe Errasje
menti cau be bad on applic i on to either of tbeiusder
signed. WILLIAM STOCK ELL, President.
ALEX. MACKKaZIE. Snperiat.
scptU tf J. F. HOKOAK, Secretary.
TO TUEPUllblC. TZ
HAVING full posseuiou of my Auction Booms Z est
ready to receive coBslsrnments. "
' ii2J. F. SHIELDS. ,
septs tf No. 43 Pnblio So,tis,